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Steve Adcock to Speak at Women’s Energy Network – North Texas Chapter February 2016 Luncheon Meeting in Dallas

Steve Adcock, Senior Geophysicist at Resource Evaluations, will be the guest speaker at the luncheon meeting of the Women’s Energy Network (WEN) – North Texas Chapter on Tuesday, February 23, 2016, at the Dallas Petroleum Club, 2200 Ross Avenue. Registration for the event will begin at 11:30 a.m. followed by the luncheon from noon-1:00 p.m.

Mr. Adcock will present a talk titled, “Seismic Attributes and Classification: What, Why, and When?” at the February Dallas luncheon. A question-and-answer session will follow his presentation.

Mr. Adcock has over 30 years of exploration and production geographic and geophysical experience. He is the Senior Geophysicist at a consulting company, Resource Evaluations, and works primarily with dGB Earth Sciences, the provider of the open source geophysical interpretation system, OpendTect. Mr. Adcock started his career at Texaco in Houston working the South Texas Eocene, then joined Mitchell Energy, where he was part of the Barnett Shale team which won the prestigious ECC 2013 award recognizing their part in initiating the shale play revolution. After Mitchell's sale, Mr. Adcock worked in the Middle East for a decade building a geographic and geophysical data and information management system, converting hardcopy and core warehouses to digital form, and doing seismic sequence stratigraphy workflow research. Since his return home, he has been doing geophysical interpretation, mentoring, and business development.

Mr. Adcock has bachelor's degrees in Physics and Geology and a Master's degree in Geophysics. His work primarily focuses on exploration geophysics.

“WEN North Texas is pleased to announce Mr. Steve Adcock as the featured speaker for our February luncheon in Dallas,” said Angela Walton, 2016 WEN North Texas Chapter President. “We look forward to learning from Mr. Adcock’s decades of geographic and geophysical experience as it relates to seismic attributes and classification.”

The cost for WEN North Texas members to attend is $35. For prospective members, the price is $50. Please register online at http://www.womensenergynetwork.org. Payment can be made by credit card through the online registration portal or the day of the event by cash or check payable to Women’s Energy Network North Texas.

For more information about the event, contact Carly Hewett, Freeman Mills PC, at [email protected].

For more information about the Women’s Energy Network – North Texas Chapter, visit www.wennorthtexas.org and click on WEN North Texas. Interested parties can join the North Texas Chapter by clicking on Join Today! on the North Texas Chapter’s home page.

About WEN

The Women’s Energy Network is a nonprofit association of women professionals in the energy industry that provides networking and community outreach opportunities and fosters career and leadership development. Founded in 1994, the organization has more than 2,000 members nationwide. For more information, please visit the WEN North Texas Chapter website at www.wennorthtexas.org.

for Women’s Energy Network
Carly Hewett, 214-800-5191
[email protected]

Source: Business Wire (February 22, 2016 - 5:38 PM EST)

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